Ben and Tony capture Cato Richards, an ex-slave, trying to steal food from the circus and offer him a job as a roustabout. After a running gunfight with a band of Comanche Indians where ... See full summary »

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Uriah Foster
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Ben and Tony capture Cato Richards, an ex-slave, trying to steal food from the circus and offer him a job as a roustabout. After a running gunfight with a band of Comanche Indians where Cato demonstrates his shooting skills, Cato tells Tony the real reason he joined the troupe - so he could get transportation to a town he knows an ex-Union officer lives. He plans to avenge himself on the man who gave the order to burn the plantation and kill its elderly owner where he lived during the Civil War. Written by David Bassler

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4 January 1962 (USA)  »

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Ben Travis: All right, if you want a job, there's plenty of work here for you. The pay's ten dollars a month.
Cato Richards: Ten dollars...
Ben Travis: Mister, that's good pay out here.
Cato Richards: What did you call me?
Ben Travis: What do you mean?
Cato Richards: You called me "Mister"!
Ben Travis: Is there anything wrong with that?
Cato Richards: No... No. It's just that ain't nobody ever called me "Mister" before.
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Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)
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Written by Stephen Foster
Performed by Sammy Davis Jr.
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